Tag Archives: Biohazard

17
Jan

Download a new Biohazard song

Biohazard

Noisecreep just posted an mp3 of a new Biohazard song, Skullcrusher. You can download the song here: download! Alternatively, you can just stream it below.

Biohazard are preparing for the release of their new album, Reborn in Defiance, the first one in years featuring the original line up of the band. Don’t count on seeing the same line up live, though, because following his work on the album, Evan Seinfeld, the bass player and vocalist for the band, announced his departure. I guess he likes porn more or whatever. Can you really blame him?

North American audience can expect to receive a free copy of the album along with the new issue of Revolver Magazine (comes out this Friday). The rest of you will probably just download it anyway. Assholes.


9
Oct

Weak Recap: Pop a recap in yo ass, fool

Yo yo. From the slums of Shaolin, Dose of Metal strikes again!

We from the streets, yo. Break yo’self!

This Sunday, takin’ on the events of last week, straight from the ghetto — word up.

Sorry guys, just really tired and uninspired, so I went with a ‘street’ approach, just to relate to hip-hop fans who might be magically lost here. Make the jump and see what happened this week.


6
Oct

Teaser released for new Biohazard album… Evan’s penis not featured

Among the many disappointments of becoming an adult is coming to the realization that most of the heroes of your youth, especially the musicians, are actually ridiculous clowns in real life. Case in point: Evan Seinfeld.

I love Biohazard. OK, perhaps I should say that in the past tense since I only liked their first three albums, but they played such an important role in my musical adolescence that I am most definitely ‘Down For fuckin’ Life.’

After Biohazard’s success fizzled out in the 90’s, Evan landed a gig on the HBO prison drama series “OZ.” It was a great show, and Evan was passable in his small role; he even received a bit of notoriety for a few scenes that featured full-frontal nudity. Unfortunately, instead of trying to build a respectable acting career playing “Tattooed Thug #2,” Evan misinterpreted the attention he got for his penis as an invitation to show, and insert, said penis as often, and into, as many places as possible. For Evan, a career in porn was the obvious next step.

Clown Status = Achieved.

Evan’s penile pursuits couldn’t keep him away from his music, however, and the result is the forthcoming Biohazard album Reborn in Defiance. Sadly, despite Evan’s concerns that this new album is “almost too good”, he has since parted ways with the band. I imagine the break up was largely due to arguments about how prominent a role Evan’s penis would play on the album cover art and how many chicks he will bang in the accompanying music videos. The fact that this teaser contains NOT ONE SINGLE SHOT of his penis was probably the last straw for Evan and he had to get out while he still had his pride intact. I do wish him well in his future penis-related endeavors.

Reborn in Defiance comes out in January 2012 on Nuclear Blast Records and a North American label yet to be announced.


15
Jan

Dose of Hardcore

So this week, I shall be giving you a nice dosage of Hardcore. No, I’m not talking about Hardcore pr0n, although I must admit, do like my fair share of that. Yeah I know what you’re thinking, but I’m no sexist. I love sex and I love women. Hence my taste for pr0n and the image above.

So what Harcore am I talking about? Well the music of course. Not Hardcore Trance (is there anything lamer?), but the genre of music that formed from the emerging Hardcore Punk bands of the 80’s to aggressive Hardcore bands of the 90s, to the Metalcore acts of the 2000s.

It’s a controversial genre, especially in Metal circles, but this week I shall be offering you 5 tracks that not only shaped the Harcore genre, but that are also damn awesome songs.

Get your Hardcore dose after the jump my friends.


10
Nov

Seinfeld is back

Cue bass theme song. Oh wait, it’s not that Seinfeld, you know, the genius comic who changed the face of TV. It’s another Seinfeld, one I’ve never heard of. But rest assured, he’s as ‘modest’ as the famous one.

The music is the best we’ve ever written. I’m nervous, because it’s almost too good. said Evan Seinfeld about the new Biohazard record.

Read full interview here.

Well, we gotta take his word for it, don’t we? He isn’t biased, that’s for sure. So cancel the Grammy Awards and everything, divine music is coming, folks!


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